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Category Archives: Lou Sylvre
This month’s post is preparing for the upcoming RWNZ Conference, The Harp and the Sea news, and thinking about becoming a hybrid author. You can read the post here.
A big welcome to Lou Sylvre (and Luki and Sonny) for Vasquez and James Vol 2 from Changeling Press. Troubles strike, Romance sizzles, Love endures, A family is made. Saving Sonny James: The events of the last couple of years … Continue reading
Lou Sylvre and I signed a contract with NineStar Press this morning for our Scottish historical fantasy The Harp and the Sea. Very excited to be working with NineStar to bring Ian and Robbie’s story to you.
I’ve been interviewed by Catherine Curzon & Eleanor Harkstead, and answered questions about my road to publication, co-writing, writing across genres, researching WWII for Echoes Rising and books that have influenced me. Thank you for having me! You can read … Continue reading
Clare London’s Summer 2019 Blogshop Window is now open! Check out summer themed books by different authors including Sunset at Pencarrow by Lou Sylvre and myself here.
I figured as it’s December, I’d look back at 2018 for my last post for the year at Love Bytes Reviews. Thanks, Dani, for hosting me again this year. You can read the post here
I’m blogging about how time flies, looking at the past month and the next few at Love Bytes this month. There’s also the last chance to win an audio code for Prelude to Love.
I’m looking back over the last month for my Love Bytes Post for March. The photo of Fraps pretty much sums up the unseasonably warm weather. Check out my post here. Much love to Dani, as always, for hosting me.
My monthly post at Love Bytes takes its title from the lyrics of ‘Auld Lang Syne’ as I look back at the year that is coming to a close.